The newest 4K digital projector in Sony's range is being displayed at the IBC2013 event, which is running until tomorrow, September 17, in Amsterdam.
The SRX-T615 projector has been designed to offer an “optimal visual experience” ideal for applications ranging from visualisation, simulation and industrial-related uses. Its ability to edge blend native 4K content will be demonstrated to attendees at the event, by creating a 7Kx2K image which will then be overlapped with a 1K visualisation.
The device also boasts a high picture quality thanks to its contrast ratio of 12,000:1 and a high brightness of 18,000 lumens as a result of its 4K optical engine. It has an sRGB standard colour gamut, as well as the ability to change to Adobe RGB or DCDm if needed.
The SRX-T615 projector also has 4K 50/60p signal compatibility, which allows for moving graphics to be displayed smoothly.
Sony Europe's Ken Hatanaka told Installation International: “This next-level projector has really raised the bar for visualisation and simulation applications. In addition to all of Sony’s key learning about 4K from the digital cinema technology, we’ve put a proper feature-set for visualisation and simulation into this new and exciting projector.
“Its features will inspire new levels of creativity and completely enhance the viewer’s experience. Its high performance and range of versatile, professional features mean it is ideal for a large number of difficult applications,” he added.